Smaller today when we looked out of the 32nd floor window by the elevators. SSW swell is diminishing but still looked fun. Ate breakfast and headed out late in the afternoon. In the smaller conditions, I was just looking for some mellow waves, and found two inside lefts early on. Stoked. At some point, a crowd started to appear and then it was packed before I realized it. The main peak was crowded with classes. We hung to the right of that group and I lucked out with a few more fun waves there. Max wasn’t having as much luck. It was super crowded by then. Lots of paddling for little ones that didn’t break. Got some inside ones. Canoes out. Other class over by the left. Gotta get out earlier tomorrow!
#406 / 3:10 (1.5) / 1′ dropping / 9’1 Mitsu
3-4 ft- waist to chest high
FAIR TO GOOD CONDITIONS
South Shore Morning Report: Slowly fading SSW swell is still providing some fun surf to town shorelines this morning with ideal tradewind conditions on tap. Waves are in the waist to near shoulder high range with some larger sets mainly favoring the channel entrances. Check our short term forecast for more details on what the waves will be doing throughout the day today. Mostly sunny. Breezy. Isolated showers in the morning. Highs 85 to 90. Northeast winds 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 20 percent.
3ft at 14s SSW (197°)
1ft at 16s SW (213°)
1ft at 10s SE (139°)
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